The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1945 · Page 4
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WMC OFFICE MAKES READY FOR VETERANS To prepare for the speeded-up return of veterans after VJ-Day, War Manpower Commission officials in v this region are taking a special 15-week course at Fort Dodge. W. J. Becker, head of the War Manpower Commission in Algona, has completed eight weeks in the course on selective placement of handicapped veterans. Becker estimates that 75 percent of the veterans returning to the county report to the Algona office for job information. Last week alone, Becker says, 26 veterans were in. They return to find out where jobs are open for the skills they learned before en- tering'the service, for the training they received while in the army or navy or for combination of both. Ninfety-eight percent o! those who have applied at the combined WMC and United States Employment office have been placed. Biggest emphasis is oh the disabled veteran, Becker continues Servicemen are processed before civilian workers, and, if the local office can't service a returning veteran, he is sent to the Veterans Administration office in Fort Dodge. The local office staff, which has been cut down to conserve money and manpower, will have to be boosted again when the influx of returning veterans becomes heavy. Closing of the office on VJ-Day will conform to community plans unless it is announced on Saturday. In that case, the office will not be open at any time Saturday since it is regularly closed each Saturday 'afternoon. Awaits Return Cpl. Danil R. Hantelman, of Fenton, is awaiting return to the States for discharge under the army's point system. He has a total of 119 points, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 .. a"'.-. Carmen ;'•> Co-Hit Lee Tracy Brenda Joyce "I'LL TELL THE WORLD" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 17-18 with the same hilarious gang from "Up in Mabel' Room" SCENES OF "SURRENDER OF JAPAN" Also Atomic Bomb in RKO News Reel Friday and Saturday. See Them Sure. SATURDAY MORNING MATINEE, AUGUST 18 ONE Performance ONLY! * Poors Open at Regular Matinee Admission for SUNDAY AND MONDAY, AUGUST 19-20 I r-rw Win. Bex Taylor Weds Missouri Girl— Genavort Brown, daughter, ol Mf. and Mrs. S. L. Brown of Trenton, Mo., and A/C Wm. Rex Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor of Algona, were married Sunday, August 12, 1945, at the Grace Methodist Church in Des Moines. The Rev. W. H. Briggs performed the double ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Marge Woodward of Trenton, Mo., and William New of Nevada, Iowa, The bride wore a fuchsia suit with navy accessories and a corsage of white roses. Her bridesmaid wore a yellow suit with white accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Taylor graduated from Trenton high school, attended Trenton junior college one year, and was a student at Drake University, Des Moines, the past year. While at Drake she affiliated with ;he Chi Omega sorority. The groom is a graduate of the Algona high school and a 1943 graduate of Iowa State College, Ames. He has been in the army air forces for the past two years, •and- at present is stationed at Mid- and Army Air Field, Midland, Texas. The couple is now spending a few days visiting here with the parental Taylors. •pi. Bculah Hartshorn Weds— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn of Swea City have announced the marriage of their daughter, Cpl. Beulah Hartshorn, Marine Corps, o Henry T. Waters of Jacksonville, ~ on July 20th at Fernadino, cessories. The double ting cdre mony was used, Beulah graduated from the Swea City high school. Following gradli* ation she was employed ift Algona as a beauty operator In Mi-a, Edythe Dailey's Marigold Shbppe She then went to Spencer wheri she owned and operated the\Speri cer Beauty Salon for a number b years. While there she was a prominent m'ember in the Busihes and Professional Women's Club Sne enlisted in the marine corps i years ago last June, and is at present stationet at the marine base at Cherry Point, S. C. Mrs. Water is in the aerological section doin] cllmatological work. The bridegroom had been a ser* geant in the marine corps befon receiving his honorable discharge from the service, and is now em' ployed in the electrical departmen of the city of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Waters will make their home in Jacksonville, Fla. when she has' completed her work in the service. C. J. Cullen Weds Florida Girl— Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Evans of Eustis, Fla., have announced the marriage of their only daughter, Sarah Josephine, to Cleophas James Cullen, son of Mr and Mrs. John S. Cullen, of Whittemore. The wedding took place at the Sacred Heart Church in Sutherland on Thursday morning August 2, at 8:00 a. m. Rev. John W. Cullen, brother of the bridegroom, officiated at the nuptial mass and performed the ceremony. Mrs. Paul Ulrich, sister of the bridegroom, of Whittemore, and Joseph Flynn of Emmetsburg and cousin of the bridegroom, attended the couple. The bride wore a dressmaker suit of autumn gold with brown accessories and carried a white prayer book with a corsage of orchids. Mrs. Ulrich wore a . dress of daffodil yellow with brown accessories and a corsage of denias and blue delphinium. gar- A wedding breakfast was served the wedding party following .the ceremony at the home of Father Cullen. The couple then left on a wedding trip. Mrs. Cullen is a graduate of the Orlando, Fla., high school and Cottey College at Nevada, Mo. Prior to her marriage she was a member of the staff of the State Welfare Board, Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. Cullen is a graduate of the Whittemore high school, and he attended Creighton University .at Omaha, Nebr. He was employed at the Kossuth County Mutual insurance company in Algona prior his entering the navy. He has iust recently been dicsharged from the navy where he served overseas for two and one-half years; At present the couple is visiting in Florida. They will make their lome in Jacksonville, Fla. Marcella Priester Weds; I , Leonard, Lindsey— Marcella Preister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester of West Bend, and Leonard Francis Lindsey, ARM-lc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lindsey of Bradgate, were united in marriage Monday, August 13, at 8:30 in the morning at St. Michael's Church in Whittemore with Father Peck officiating at the double ring ceremony. The brde wore a white net over satin gown and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Her attendant, Mrs. Robert Walker, sister of the bride, was attired in a blue gown and •Mrs. Waters wore an aqua-col- j carried a bouquet of pink asters, ored, jersey dress with black ac-1 The best man was Robert Walker. SETONMAN BURIED SATURDAY Sexton: William Kirschbaum was buried here Saturday after funeral services read at St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Klein. Visiting priests were Father Murphy, Mason City, Father Ormsby, Belmond, and Father Manternach, Garner. Pallbearers were six of Mr. Kirschbaum's grandsons—Robert Carman, Arthur Carman, Robert T. Kirschbaum, Edward Kirschbaum, Robert Kirschbaum and Vincent Kirschbaum. " Born in Cassville, Wis., July 28, 1860, he spent his boyhood near Cassville. On Jan. 18, 1883, he was married to Lena Bausch, also of Cassville. They lived there until 1801 and then moved to Iowa, settling near Whittemore, later going to Wesley, Kanawha, Britt, Crystal Lake, Forest City and finally to Sexton. He was 85 years old. Those who survive him are his wife and eight children—Peter of "A Good Bank in a Good Little Town" Farmers State Bank LuVerne, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Insurance in Reliable Companies No better barometer could be had for recording the growth of the successful financial and business concerns of this community than is reflected in the growth and expansion of the admirably managed banking house — Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, Iowa. They have given many years of service to their customers and today with there many years to their credit, one finds the same sound "golden rule" banking policies in force that were adopted by their founders. Strict adherence to these policies have proven their worth and is best exemplified by the large volume of business ac-- complished each year and their many satisfied customers, Start an account with this bank and grow with them. It is an institution of which they may well be proud and they havft gained a reputation that is not enjoyed by many banking business in much larger cities. We are pleased to give mention to this financial institution and upon the banking policies followed by 4hem. Always a friendly welcome at the Fanners State Bank at Lu- Verne. Ayrshire, Mrs. Richard Garman, St. Benedict; Aloys, of Britt; Robert, of Garner; August, of Sexton; Mrs. Harry Meleney, of Mason City, and Mrs. Eugene Cink, of Algona. Forty-two grandchildren and 47 great-grandchildren and one sister Mrs. Eva Fennewald of Dubuque, also remain. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and children were Sunday supper guests at the home of her mother Mrs. Sarah Wise. A large number of Sexton people attended the memorial services held for Pfc. Lyle E. Fitch at the First Lutheran church in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and. Mrs. Adam Azarski and little daughter and Betty Beukema, Kanawha, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Pearl Beukema. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Drusie Noble, Mrs. Alfred Opheim and son John Herman were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Phillips, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein are the parents of a baby girl born to them Friday morning at the Kossuth county hospital, Algdna. This makes a family of th,ree girls for. the Kleins. Mr.'and Mrs. W. W. Payne, Algona, were callers at the Alfred Opheim home Sunday evening. " Clyde Terrence, who is employed in Spencer, spent the week end with his wife and little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thomasson, Marshalltown, came Friday night for a visit with Mrs. Thomasson's mother Mrs. Pearl Beukema and family. Mrs. Thomasson recently received a medical discharge from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach ad Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, with her little daughter Glenda Sue, took Mrs. Kate Esser to her home at Cylinder after spending- the week end here at the. home of her daughter Mrs. Mimbach. Out-of-town friends attending the'funeral of William' Kirschbaum were Mrs. Kate Esser, Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. A. Thornbury and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eisenman, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Eisenman, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Eisenman, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Zubl and Mr. and »Mrs. Clarence Burgardt, all of Britt. Ruth Fr»aer Passed Away Wednesday Ruth Fraser, daughter of Mrs. Dan Fraser, passed away Wednesday noon at her home following a lingering illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed at the time of this writirfe. . ,C6ta Lei etta Priester, mw of thi bride fiftd-Patricia Hlgglhs, friend of the bride from West S6M. , Mrs. Lindsey is a" 1942 graduate bf Presentation Academy W«ltte« more, and Mr. Lindsey is a 1039 graduate of the, Rolf e school. He has just returned from overseas duty with the navy in the Pacific and is on a 30-day furlough. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride, Relatives present were Mr. and Mrs* Pete Neu of Whittemore, Mf. and Mrs Roy Kollasch and children of Wes-> ley, Henry Pfiester of Britt, Mrs Celia Elbert and Augusta Priester of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hood of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs gete Schlltz, Mrs. Mary'Schiltz of Bancroft, Mrs. Margaret Lanhinf of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Otic Christenson of Rolfe, Mrs. Gladys Welter of Llvermore, Mrs. Joyce Eisenberry of Rolfe, Loretta Preister bf Omaha, Nebr., and Veronica Priester of West Bend. The newlyweds are spending their honeymoon at Lake Okoboji. . _____ •*-.,-__, Virginia Jaspcrson and Leon R. Ites Wed— , • ' 'Virginia Carol Jasperson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson, and Pfc. .Leon R. Ites, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ites, all of Buffalo Center, were married Tuesday, August 7, at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage at Algona with the Rev. Luther Loesch officiating at the single ring ceremony. They were attended by Mf. and Mrs. Marvin Deering of Rake, The latter is a sister of the groom. A wedding dinner Sunday at the Elmer Was held Jasperson home. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended beauty school in California and Mason City. She has been employed in beauty ships at Pocahontas, Morrison's at Algona, and is now in Buffalo Center where she will continue her work while her husband is in servi'ce. Pfc. Ites is a graduate of the Buffalo Center high school and has been in service three years, two of which he spent overseas in the ETO. He will leave Saturday for St. Louis, Mo. Harris Family Reunion— The Harris family reunion was held Sunday, August 12, at the W. Pickens home at Grenada, Minn Relatives present were Mrs. Roy Pickens and children of Storm Lake, (Roy will be remembered here as a forrrfer manager of the Council Oak store and is now in service); Mr. and'Mrs. Dan Harris of Marion, S. D., Mr. and Mrs John Harris'and family and Mr and Mrs. Everett Harris and family of Fairmont, Minn., Will Hoppe and sons, Arthur and Wayne, and families of Winnebago, Minn., Ernest and family and the Merle Martin family of Humboldt, and Mrs. Harriet Caylor of Algona. The meeting place next year will be at the John Harris home in the second Sunday in August. \. letter was read from Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of Eldridge, ' D. All are former residents riere. 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This year, we face a shortage of 1 billion, 500 million pounds of fats in domestic supplies, Tons, more of war and home-front supplies made from fats are needed I Farm f ollps get more meat these days than most city people—so it's up to them to save the fats, Skim stews, soups, gravies. Scrape pans. Melt down meat trimmings, It all helps you nil the fat-salvage can, and you get up to 4(i and 3 red points p, pound. If you have any difficulty, pajl ypur Home Demonstration or County Agent, Approved by WPA BBS OPA, Paid for by Industry, STOMACHS INCHES OF! GAS AND "I was so f^l of gas I was afraid I'd t>vwst- Sow, fojittej? substance rose up in my throat from jny wpset stomach $ter meals, I gcrt S¥S*T$NE, and 4t worked inches of gas and bloat from me. Wais$}«$ js way fl now. Meals are a pleasure, praise §ys-rTpns to the TWs |s an actual teswwn a man Uvins right h«re & SYS^TQNS is the »*w containing medicinal juices 13 Great Herbs; these cleanse fepwels, rtear gas stomach, apt --rt-T-T „- - -, T .---f. • j^- . '*•"• Slt** don't go on suffering— (3et By?, Tone, $ Oiossj, Drag . ^ tl, S. feftffluir i 11 V t <**. > ' " • \ ' *'•• « f>' Buy their Snow Suits the kiddies may be wading- now to keep codl bat I/ won't bo long before they*!! be Jumping in the snow. Mrtke swfe dressed fot cold t fun. We hare ah assortment of snow suits in all-swool and poplin, s t u r d Hy made and long wearing ready for your selec- i tlon now. *//* // V. W iC PEACHES, crate - RED Malaga Grapes, 2 Ibs NEW COBBLER POTATOES CANTALOUPE,; I C IU A M C ..... v-.....v,-,...... LEMONS S W E E T P 0 T A T 0 E S . New Crop . GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES lb ibs 23c „ 29c Shredded • 12 oz. pkg. Ralston : |2fi Jack Sprat 11 oz. pkg. Corn Flakes 9c Kellogg's 5VS oz. pkg. Rice Krispies... 2 f° r 25$ Seedless 2 lb. pkgV Raisins ....I.... _27c Bleach 2 qt. bottles.,' Sun-x :........ -25c Chocolate Cream ' Coffee :...... Jack Sprat Enriched Baking Powder Calumet ....... Jack Sprat Enriched' Milk .......:. Liquid . '• '.... Ant Killer... .~ 33C 25 lb. bag SI.29 *6 oz - can „:.,: []$ Tall cans • . _each | Qc Black Berries Mayflower Cut Green Beans „.. ^ No. 2 can I4c Mayflower No. 2 cans Tomatoes ., 2 for 27c Jack Sprat ' 46 oz. can Grapefruit Juice , --3lc Heinz Bulk White Vinegar gal, 49c Richelieu Jumbo IS of. jar Ripe Olives... - 89c Standby 3 Sieve - No. 2 can Sweet Peas , |9c Siire Jell 2 ftw 23c Jack Sprat No. 2 cans* Spinach .......... , ........... 2 f° r 35c Del Monte 16 ozNglass Diced Beets... .......... ...... 2 for 29& Sparks Honey .......... . ..... .... £gal. $| f 29 Grandee I lb. 9 bz. jar Olive Butter ....... ..... „ . .1 i: T ,.390 Riverside 14 oz. botl 10 points Catsup .................... , ........ : Tropical Gra(«d 3 Cocoanut ..... , ..... , ........... '-- Aeroxon Fly Ribbon..... ............. 4 for 9 S 1 One pleC J 6 g a b a rdltte, . s n o Vf 6 ti it '. Hat to match 1-4 ... 7.dfi. Snow ejllt lit two tones, all wool . 16.96" : " ' . £*opHn 'Bnow suit.'' Re'fn- • forced knees. Hat to match. 3-6y 2 ,'..16.95 7-10 . ,.V 16.95 ' I c Two '--tone ,suit Belted jacket. Match.- y ing hat. , 2-6 14.9B BULK PORK SAUSAGE BOLOGNA BLAND LARD CORNED BEEF CHICKENS COLD MEATS &^.,/•'*,,

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